After 48 years of business, Black Rooster Club, one of D.C.’s oldest bars, will close its doors. The pub opened in 1970.
In the ongoing fast food battle over burgers, Wendy’s unveiled its latest offering: The Smoky Mushroom Bacon Cheeseburger.
Folks in the D.C. area still have an opportunity to celebrate the newly released “Black Panther” movie with a trip to Wakanda — in the form of the Enter Wakanda pop-up bar.
Slapfish started life in 2011 as a food truck serving boat-to-plate seafood. Now, it’s planning to open its first Maryland location in Rockville. Menu items include chowder fries and clobster-grilled cheese.
Bread is in Eric Kayser’s DNA. This month, the fourth-generation French baker is bringing his famous bakery, Maison Kayser, to D.C. with two locations.
Cheers! It’s National Drink Wine Day — the best excuse to get out and try some new wines. Scott Greenberg has some suggestions.
Getting rid of the cheeseburger is an effort to cut down on the calories, sodium, saturated fat and sugar that kids consume at McDonald’s.
A study, conducted by researchers at Canada’s McGill University, compared the nutritional values of almond milk, soy milk, rice milk and coconut milk to cow’s milk.
How often have you tossed the dinner salad? And, I am not talking about tossing it with dressing! If I had a nickel for every time that I’ve seen the salad bowl, left untouched and…
Old Town Alexandria will soon have a new option for all-day breakfast and more: Executive Diner and Cafe aims to open by mid-March at 1400 Duke St.
The health benefits of eating fish two or three times a week are well-documented. So, as a mom of four kiddos, I’m always looking for creative ways to add fish into our weekly menu. I…
Want to brush up on American history? Put down the books and grab a fork instead.
They’re familiar sights this time of year: A box of chocolates and a dozen roses. But it turns out there may be some surprising health benefits to these Valentine’s Day staples.
Almost every restaurant in the D.C. area will host you and yours on Valentine’s Day, but why not wow your dearest with more than just dinner?
The words beef, beer and barbecue are guaranteed to become your new favorite winter comfort dish.